Survey: Managing endpoint devices amid the coronavirus outbreak

Device management is a large enough task, and the coronavirus hasn’t made things easier

Device management is a core part of any IT department’s responsibilities, but deploying and managing endpoints can be a mammoth task to keep on top of. There are countless tools and processes you must understand and use to manage the devices within your organization.

To get a better feel of what ITPro readers are using to manage their devices and what impact the coronavirus outbreak has had on this process, we’ve created a quick survey in association with Dell. Here, you can share with other IT professionals and us how the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted your endpoint management strategies and how you work with vendors and partners to keep your users’ devices secure and up to date.

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The survey’s only five questions long and will give us an understanding of how you’re managing devices and managing endpoints. It’s 100% anonymous and will help our partners better serve you and other IT professionals’ needs as we move through and beyond the coronavirus outbreak.

Please view and take the survey here.

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